• NEWS
    This is how You and Your Child Select the Right College (Washington Post)
    Colleges and universities that enable students to gain the skills that come from engaging in dialogue with faculty and peers, in asking complex, nuanced questions, and in respectfully challenging authority are exciting, formative places that are helping us shape the kind of critical thinkers we’ll need in the years ahead, says COA president Darron Collins ’92.
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    Finding Advantage in Being a Really Small College
    The Chronicle of Higher Education explores how an institution of 350 students can have an impact on innovation in higher education, in a video chat with COA President Darron Collins ’92.